NORTHROP & JOHNSON CO-HOSTS EVENT WITH HARLEY DAVIDSON THAILAND

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The Northrop & Johnson team in Asia welcomed 25 riders of the Harley Davison Owners Club to the Royal Phuket Marina for a gourmet lunch and a sea trial on the spectacular ZEELANDER Z44.

The sea trial took them past the majestic limestone rock formations of Phang Nga Bay at a fast, but comfortable 30 knots on board the super-smooth ZEELANDER Z44. All guests were impressed with the performance of the 44-foot ZEELANDER Z44. Traditional craftsmanship combined with all the technical features that the modern world can offer make ZEELANDER Z44 a unique yacht built to the highest quality standards. She can sleep eight guests in two cabins, including a master stateroom with a queen bed and a VIP guest cabin with a queen bed — all bathrooms are en-suite.  

The ZEELANDER Z44 will be available for demonstration rides over the next couple of months in Thailand and Malaysia. For more information, please contact Northrop & Johnson Sales Broker [email protected].

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